Difference between revisions of "Developers"

From LinuxMCE
Jump to: navigation, search
 
Line 3: Line 3:
 
This page could use some help.  LinuxMCE is very big; about 12 million lines of code in the daily build process.  And that doesn't include all the existing open source projects that come from Ubuntu.  We need a good organizational chart to help deevelopers get going, and this is lacking.
 
This page could use some help.  LinuxMCE is very big; about 12 million lines of code in the daily build process.  And that doesn't include all the existing open source projects that come from Ubuntu.  We need a good organizational chart to help deevelopers get going, and this is lacking.
  
LinuxMCE is, at least at the outset, largely a fork from Pluto.  And Pluto allowed me to import all their existing Wiki pages, including a [[Programmer's Guide|Programmer's Guide]].  The information is accurate, and there is a lot there that will make a good starting point, but it needs to be better summed up and organized.
+
LinuxMCE is, at least at the outset, largely a fork from Pluto.  And Pluto allowed me to import all their existing Wiki pages, including a [[Programmer's Guide|Programmer's Guide]].  The information is largely accurate for LinuxMCE too, and there is a lot there that will make a good starting point, but it needs to be better summed up and organized.

Revision as of 06:06, 25 February 2007

Visit Contacts to see a list of current developers, and Contribute to learn how you can help out.

This page could use some help. LinuxMCE is very big; about 12 million lines of code in the daily build process. And that doesn't include all the existing open source projects that come from Ubuntu. We need a good organizational chart to help deevelopers get going, and this is lacking.

LinuxMCE is, at least at the outset, largely a fork from Pluto. And Pluto allowed me to import all their existing Wiki pages, including a Programmer's Guide. The information is largely accurate for LinuxMCE too, and there is a lot there that will make a good starting point, but it needs to be better summed up and organized.